With WWDC starting very soon, the MacAdmin conference season ramping up. I keep track of all the major MacAdmin conferences on my conferences page but I thought a summary of where I am going to present might be interesting:
MacDevOps YVR, June 15–17, Online
Yes, it is very disappointing that the uncertainties of the pandemic still make in-person conferences impractical. That said, I really enjoy the online format of MacDevOps YVR. Presentations are held on YouTube with Q&A and “Hallway Track” interactions on Discord. This year, most of the presentations, including my talk on ‘The Encyclopaedia of macOS Automation” will be restricted to 15 minute quick talks, which is an interesting challenge. Registration is still open!
Jamf Nation Live, Munich, Germany, June 23
Not a conference, but close. I will be presenting at the Jamf Nation Live event at the Allianz Arena near Munich on June 24. You will get the privilege of seeing me try to present in German for the first time in 17 years. Registration is still open. There are other Jamf Nation Live events in London (June 10), Amsterdam (June 16), and Paris (June 21).
Jamf Nation User Conference, San Diego, USA, September 27–29
Jamf Nation User Conference (JNUC) is going to be a hybrid event this year. You can choose to attend in person in San Diego, CA or online. Several sessions will be online only but some will be on stage. I am proud that my session on “Use Swift with the Jamf API” has been accepted to be presented on stage. Registration for both in person and online is still open.
MacSysAdmin, Göteborg, Sweden, October 4–7
In its 17th year, MacSysAdmin is going virtual again. Details are still forthcoming, but I will be providing a presentation.
So this is where you can see me present this year. Now I really should go work on those slides…